Justice decided, Friday, June 2, to keep in detention Cédric Jubillar, accused of the murder of his wife Delphine, nurse and mother of two children disappeared at the end of 2020 in the Tarn, we learned from his lawyers.
Unsurprisingly, it is in an eternal way the same thing: we are repeated at leisure the same criteria to keep this man in pre-trial detention again and again, while we begin to arrive on extremely long procedural delays and we have serious exit solutions, "lamented to the press one of Cédric Jubillar's lawyers, Me Jean-Baptiste Alary, after a closed hearing.
Need to preserve evidence
The liberty and detention judge justified his decision by the need to preserve evidence, and by "the risks of pressure on witnesses, the guarantees of representation in court, which would be insufficient according to the magistrate, and the exceptional and persistent disturbance of public order," added Mr. Alary.
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The defense of Cédric Jubillar believes that the file contains no evidence of the guilt of this painter plaquiste, detained in the prison of Seysses, near Toulouse, since June 18, 2021, date of his indictment for murder. The prison of Seysses is "one of the worst in France, in conditions of detention that are deplorable, a fortiori when one is in solitary confinement," said the lawyer.
Delphine Jubillar, a 33-year-old nurse who worked nights in a clinic in Albi, disappeared from her home in Cagnac-les-Mines, on the night of 15 to 16 December 2020, in the middle of a curfew related to the Covid-19 pandemic. The couple was in the process of divorcing.